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  • I thought this was one of the most memorable X-Files episodes
  • It was memorable because I found that the plot was a bit lighter than many of the X-Files episodes
  • One of my favorite scenes was when agent Mulder got sucked into a manhole, and another of my favorite scenes from the episode was the very last scene which I thought was an interesting way to end the show
  • I would recommend this to the X-Files fans as a change from something heavy as it has some amount of comedy involved


    • by RedTape
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      I thought this was one of the most memorable X-Files episodes. It guest starred a famous comedian Kathy Griffin, and it was the 159th episode of the television series. It was also the 20th episode of season 7 of “The X-Files”. It was memorable because I found that the plot was a bit lighter than many of the X-Files episodes. It also had a little of

      a comedic twist to it, both in the end of the episode and in several of the scenes. One of my favorite scenes was when agent Mulder got sucked into a manhole, and another of my favorite scenes from the episode was the very last scene which I thought was an interesting way to end the show.

      The episode was about Mulder and Scully called ...


      • to investigate a strange case in which 17 states have been plagued with destruction in the presence of one woman. However, later on in the show they realize that they have not only been dealing with one woman, but another one who also looks like her twin. No one else seems to know that they are two different individuals except for them, and whenever they cross
        paths they are followed by destruction. Near the end of the episode the audience also finds out that the woman’s boyfriend also has a “doppelganger”, and when the two pairs meet, a whole bar is plunged into chaos an destruction including the agents Mulder and Scully.

        I would recommend this to the X-Files fans as a change from something heavy as it has some amount of comedy involved.




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